Major Geography/ Minor History

Participate and contribute effectively in the process of sustainable, political and economic development through graduating students possessing advanced performance and thinking skills in major and minor specializations in geography. In addition, participating and adopting with academic, research and research in technology for achieving comprehensive development of the society.

  • Enhancing and developing graduates’ communication and thinking skills in theoretical fields.
  • Developing students’ abilities to employ technology applications in geography and its branches.
  • Having graduates who are able to compete in the labor market within a critical and analytical frame.
  • Having graduates who possess an up to date knowledge and skills to cope with scientific and civic progress to meet the needs of the market, abilities to participate effectively in the development process.
  • Activating and reinforcing the spirit of modernization and diversification among graduates.
  • Developing graduates’ abilities and skills in communication and networking with local, Arab and international societies in the fields of research, development and progress.
  • Enhancing students’ integrative as well as analytical thinking in geography and history.
  • Enhancing Palestinian, Arab, Islamic and humanitarian affiliation among graduates.
  • Graduates able to participate effectively in the process of development through integration of related fields of specializations.
  • Graduates able to employ and use geographic technologies efficiently and compete in the labor market.

Planning, transport, transportation, diplomatic corps, environment, water, education, ministry of foreign affairs, agriculture, tourism and archeology, services and infrastructure.

The academic program

The academic program consists of 120 hours distributed according to the following categories:

Requirements

Credits

University Requirements

21-22

College of Arts Requirements

22

Major Program Requirements

42

Minor Program Requirements

21

Electives

13-14

Total 

120

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Major Program Requirements in Geography: (42 credit hours)

A. Required courses: 30 credit hours from the following courses

Course Number

Prerequisite

GEOG231 | INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

 

GEOG232 | PRINCIPLES OF CARTOGRAPHY

GEOG230, GEOG231

GEOG234 | CLIMATIC GEOGRAPHY

GEOG231

GEOG235 | REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE WORLD

GEOG230

GEOG331 | GEOMORPHOLOGY

GEOG231

GEOG333 | GEOGRAPHY OF THE ARAB WORLD

 

GEOG335 | INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE SENSING

GEOG232

GEOG436 | GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS)

GEOG232 For Students of Geography

ENCE326 or ENCE338 For Engineering Students

GEOG437 | APPLIED GEOGRAPHY OF PALESTINE

GEOG231

GEOG438 | SEMINAR IN GEOGRAPHY

Fourth- Year level and Department Permission

 

B. Elective courses: 12 hours from the following courses

Course Number

Prerequisite

Credits

GEOG239 | PRINCIPLES OF GENERAL GEOLOGY

GEOG231

3 credit hours

GEOG236 | APPLIED GEOGRAPHY

GEOG230

GEOG336 | GEOGRAPHY OF THE ENVIRONMENT

 

3 credit hours

GEOG431 | URBAN GEOGRAPHY

GEOG231

Other 6 credit hours from geography courses

 

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Minor requirements in History (21 credit hours)

a) Minor compulsory requirements (18 credit hours)

Course No.

Course Title

Prerequisite(s)

HIST230

Historical Research Methodology

 

HIST238

Early Islam And The Umayyad State

HIST231

HIST3371

History of the Contemporary Arab Nation

Level 3 or Department

HIST338

History Of Palestine During Islamic Periods

Level 3 or Department

HIST4301

Modern and Contemporary History of Europe

Level 3 or Department

HIST432

Modern History Of USA

Level 3 or Department

b) Minor elective requirements: 3 credit hours From Any Of The History Courses